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  • Make reading your winter sport with Harford Library's winter programs

    Start off the New Year of 2014 by joining a winter reading program at Harford County Public Library. Harford County Public Library has a winter reading program for teens and adults, a Puppy Tales early literacy program for children ages birth to 5 and...
  • City grad Charles Tapper wins Sugar Bowl with Oklahoma

    City grad Charles Tapper wins Sugar Bowl with Oklahoma
    When Oklahoma offered Charles Tapper a football scholarship in 2011, the City star had played just one season of organized football. On Thursday night, Tapper helped his Sooner teammates beat No. 3 Alabama, 45-31, in the Sugar Bowl. The sophomore made...
  • New year gets off to fast start for local theater companies

    New year gets off to fast start for local theater companies
    The new year is bursting with intriguing theater productions spanning a wide range of genres. Five local shows are opening on the same date, Friday, Jan. 10, with another debuting on Jan. 17. The crowded field will make for some tough choices, but it...
  • Jay Mohr apologizes for his Alyssa Milano fat-shaming 'fail'

    Comedian Jay Mohr has apologized for "fat-shaming" actress Alyssa Milano. This after Milano showed him who's the boss on Christmas Day. The comic, 43, took a swipe at the "Mistresses" actress soon after they both attended an awards ceremony for...
  • WGA Nominations: Oscar and the Eligibility Factor (Analysis)

    Writers Guild of America's just-announced nominees have reason for optimism in terms of the upcoming Academy Awards, but they come with a load of footnotes and caveats. The WGA has a pretty solid track record at predicting Oscar winners, though as far as...
  • 1943 Sunpapers Christmas Show profiles

    Sgt. James Albright - Frederick, Md. James Albright received a Purple Heart for wounds he received during the invasion of France in June 1944.  After the war he worked at Fort Detrick in Frederick for more than 30 years.  He died at age 70 in 1986....
  • Saul Zaentz, three-time Oscar-winning producer, dies at 92

    Saul Zaentz, three-time Oscar-winning producer, dies at 92
    Saul Zaentz, the fiesty music industry executive turned independent movie producer who won three best-picture Academy Awards in three different decades  has died. He was 92. Zaentz died Friday at his home San Francisco from complications of Alzheimer'...
  • Bowler Hunter Machin, 13, follows his 300 game with something rarer: an 800 series

    Bowler Hunter Machin, 13, follows his 300 game with something rarer: an 800 series
    After then-12-year-old Hunter Machin bowled a perfect 300 game earlier this year, he could have left the sport knowing he had accomplished a feat that is difficult even for professional bowlers. But it appears he is not done yet. Now 13, Hunter has...
  • How I Made It: Wanda M. Austin, president and CEO of Aerospace

    How I Made It: Wanda M. Austin, president and CEO of Aerospace
    The gig: Wanda M. Austin, 59, is the president and chief executive of Aerospace Corp., an El Segundo brain trust for the Pentagon's space program. Although not well known outside defense circles, it is regarded as one of the nation's most important...
  • 'Justified,' 'Bachelor' return; 'Intelligence' debuts

    'Justified,' 'Bachelor' return; 'Intelligence' debuts
    "Justified" is back, and so are "Teen Wolf," "Cougar Town" and "The Bachelor." Series premieres from the broadcast networks start, and the awards season begins (oh, joy). The week’s highlights: The most welcome return is "Justified," which...
  • Santa Monica could fund 'Chain Reaction' sculpture preservation

    Santa Monica could fund 'Chain Reaction' sculpture preservation
    Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Paul Conrad's "Chain Reaction" sculpture in Santa Monica, the subject of a grass-roots preservation campaign, might well survive to remind future generations of the horrors of nuclear war. Now that activists have raised...